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need advise on bakeware

Posted by luvscritters (My Page) on
Wed, Oct 12, 11 at 1:13

Help. I just broke my 11x7 glass baker that I used for everything. I didn't realize how hard it would be to find a replacement in this size. I think it was a very old pyrex or anchor hocking. From what I have read the new ones are not very durable and prone to cracking with temp changes. Can someone recommend a glass or stoneware baker in this size? Thanks in advance.


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RE: need advise on bakeware

FWIW......I replaced a previous baking dish with Emile Henry (French) product about five years ago. Have been very impressed with it. My dish is sllightly larger than yours but they may offer a size that would work for you. From this experience, I wouldn't hesitate buying more of their line. Link below.

No association with the product....I am retail customer/user only.

Here is a link that might be useful: Emile Henry bakeware


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Thanks I'll check them out


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I just wanted to second the vote for Emile Henry. I have two of what they call a "lasagna dish" in two different sizes, and they're great. Easy to clean too. And pretty. They are a a bit pricey, but IMHO worth it in the long run. Amazon has I think the best prices, and free shipping.


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I'm gonna go my normal CHEAP and suggest you check out thrift stores!?! I often seen square and rectangular pyrex bakeware at GW. As long as not chipped/cracked and not totally crusty (though oven cleaner will get all the crud off)... you'll end up with something that's possibly "vintage" with a good track record.


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klseiverd,
That's a great idea! I never would have thought of that.


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My Goodwill had nothing. I'm really liking the Emile Henry! How to decide on a color is my next problem! Thanks everyone.


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